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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Lafayette gazette. — 3 June 1899

WE IN) ALL. KIND~S OF N ,THE "LAYETTE GAZET. IT. J OBIKNINN(. ! ''Iý .U IL R C I U T OFFICIAL JOUIRNAL OF1 TIlE PARISH AND TOWN OF LAFAYETTE. VOLUME VII. LAFAYETTE, LOUISIANA, SATURDAY, JUNE ;3, 1899. NUMBER 14 HERE WE ARE AGAIN! CRUSHING - DOWN - HIGH - PRICE! Feed oats going at $1.50 per sack, sold last week at $1.60. Shelled corn " 1.20 " " " " " " " 1.40. Prairie hay " 40 " bale " " " " 50. Timothy hay " 75 " " " " " " 80. Wheat bran' 95 ".. sack " " 1.00. We are buyers of the above commodities in solid car-load lots of each. That's why we are able to sell 50 per cent. cheaper than others. Give us a trial order. No drayage. Free and prompt delivery to all parts of the city. Tanner's Grocery & Feed Store, RENOWNED FOR CHEAPNESS and FAIR DEALINC. I.iHO()(;(;sGET PHONE 17. The Reason Why People Go to - Fd Schmulen's Racket Store Is as clear as the non-day sun. There they find what they want and pay less for it than anywhere else. The rush to `chmulcn's store is convincing proo...

Publication Title: Lafayette Gazette, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Lafayette gazette. — 3 June 1899

wihr be a per des; at the ballot boe ea of Lousiama. Sew rmay not be able to ' e mber of veses, Srepects him, and w .u6 think of swindling . lt be an interesting State : "- *e 1 ads the opposlatio to Sa aste. For myself, I s ,emt the Foster end of it, . Cae.ry would be a factor on the other side, esploueed it. The negro is - of ir in politics, and this `imoS a while meaas fight. The :t L a~i ought to win on the votes u that gid into the box. The day for sharpbpr'aetice is over." Through our own inaction we failed to get the Abbeville road. That ought to serve as a lemon. In the matter of the Industrial School we must be on time. Glorious Nwsn Comes from Dr. D. B. Cargile, of Washita, .I. T. He writes: "fFour bottles of Electric Bitters have cured Mrs. Brewer of scrofula, which had canied her great suffer iag for years. Terrible sores would break out on her head and face, and the best doctors could give no help; but her cure is. complete and her health is excellent." This shows what ...

Publication Title: Lafayette Gazette, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Lafayette gazette. — 3 June 1899

STATE PRESS. VI Itess of laterest and What the 91 Newspapers Have to Say. el gi vI Daily Picayune: International IN arbitration, which Great Britdin and a, the United States are supposed to aW strongly advocate has not come to the tt front in the way that was expected. p, The marked disinclination shjwn by w this country to the arbitration of the al Alaskan boundary dispute, and , England's known unwillingness to w submit to arbitration questions a, which affect her territorial expansion, has weakened the impres b sion that these two powers will present that issue with any heart. As far as armament is concerned, cI the United States has not yet reached a state of preparedness for E war which would warrant even con sideration of disarmament while, . aside from the vast naval establish- e ment essential to the security of her commerce and colonial establish- a ment, Great Britain maintains no h great standing armies. From all d indications, the Peace Conference p will resolve itself i...

Publication Title: Lafayette Gazette, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Lafayette gazette. — 3 June 1899

e. a eli"srloe impo rt;erus th*s the  ·! toehnat thopelessly disc sased brought defeat to e Ie--- bat.e-o , The slogan t i pd to eing harmony- to the S;o: @oasmAic party, sad place a Sat in the presidential chair, SIs "teatb to the Trusts." It is " ofr~i to see that this subject owis discussed at the recent confer enae of the national committee, and sis ihkely to prove a very potential factor in the coming contest. While it cannot be gainsaid that our present unsatifactory monetary shatem sadly needs revision, it is ot as great a menace to the well bela of our people af the rapid and dangerous encroachments of the trats. A few giant syndicates now control all th, greatest indus tries of our country. The neces saries and luxuries of life are alike subject to the control of these trusts, and the prices are no longer governed by the supply and de mand, but by the wish of these moneyed kings. This is a matter that comes directly home, with greater force and more disastrous results, to ...

Publication Title: Lafayette Gazette, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Lafayette gazette. — 10 June 1899

W1 UO A1.1, KINI)S Oh SAM PLES ANl (ET I jHE ALALECTI GAZETETTE. EE VOLUME VII. LAFAYETTE, LOUISIANA, SATURDAY, JUNE 10, 1899.NE YEAR. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . m n m m n i m n i m m m I m n m m • m m m n un u m um N N -mm- ns sm m- n nun U I a a a a HERE WE ARE AGAIN! CRUSHING - 1)OWN - HIGH - PRICES! Fee'd oats going at $1.50 per sack, sold last week at $1.60. Shelled corn " 1.20 " " " " " " 1.40. Prairie hay " 40 " bale " " " " 50. Timothy hay " 75 " " " " " " 80. Wheat bran 95 " sack " " " 1.00.. $64.80 $5.30. We are buyers of the above commodities in solid car-load lots of each. That's why we are able to sell 50 per cent. cheaper than others.' Give us a trial order. No drayage. Free and prompt delivery to all parts of the city. Tanner's Grocery & Feed Store, RENOWNED FOR CHEAPNESS and FAIR DEALINC. '-lOl<t( I;.;sl"T I'PHTUNNJE 7. CThe Reason Why SPeople Go to Schmulen's Racket Store - Is as clear as the noon-day sun. There they find what they want and Ipay less...

Publication Title: Lafayette Gazette, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Lafayette gazette. — 10 June 1899

- al a great ; a s.- convention an mati-rtst platform for the devil to declare of Cld si atey. the refimser who is Co, r.ty the ballot and Col. i who is trying to purify - a:mamasn REpwblacaIsm, it is dif (ic to say who has the bigger Th: e gimslatre to be elected est May will have the selection of 5.'..-Unitea d Slates Senators. There w-'mI no. doebt be quite a contest throaugbot the State .for members ý -.of the General Assembly. . The Filipino women do not wear stockings. "As Jerry Simpson has about played out in Kansas he might go over to the . Philippines where his aversion to socks would not be charged against him. Some irate royalists threw eggs "at, Mr. Loubet, the president of France, who had gone out to see some races. This way of the roy alists to show their dislike for the president of the Republic can hardly be in accord with French etiquette. No fault should be imputed to the governor because of his prefer ence for any particular candidate for the gubernatorial nomi...

Publication Title: Lafayette Gazette, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Lafayette gazette. — 10 June 1899

STATE PRESS. Items of Interest and What the Newspapers Have to Say. Abbeville Meridional: History contains no account of the great men of the world, men whose lives have been devoted to the welfare of their fellow men-as being greedy schemers for money. There is no such a thing as a shylock being a friend of humanity--they are a spe cies of brutes the world would he much better off without. Occasion ally one of the rich robbers donate a few millions of his stolen wealth to endow a chair in some college or to build a fashionable church, thinking thereby to deceive God and make a sneak through the pearly gates when he leaves this earth. It is such donations that contaminates the latter day pulpit pounders and psalm singers--for dough. Daily States: The practical joker is a nuisance in every com munity and one that it is impossi ble to suppress. This class of jot ers have beer. known to cause the death of their victims, as d a case of this kind occurred a few days ago In Patterson, New...

Publication Title: Lafayette Gazette, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Lafayette gazette. — 10 June 1899

Ste d as re-eched wtt the wew .eveieto at eal igts ashMe mg a ld thle ethl. vIais w ll Ienifa behind the throCnes of State thhet a the people with the reign upon the shores of Aumerica. the corse of apie has beenu h bd & apc adt m orfbaed Span, andhe ev a mrgaged Presi -hend .s$ Syq the miSelins at the Iianus syndicate, and the mailed hand of the war secretary, - nl serve this corrupt administration from S'he wrath of th people. whihever before in A -enercan history did the States of thist great Union stand in more direful need of ' th restoration of all the powers of the government to thethands of the people, our oly overeigs. of empie h b S.- e bcorupyion of Egan and Carter, the oe given a holiday upon a handso of thee secretlary, w add stre otheis about being whitewashed from the infamous cohvictioh of a court-martial, are only symptofs of the deapeople.ly disNever before in that pervades the body politic. of the SAge ion stable must ore leaned out before the ontration ofs hu...

Publication Title: Lafayette Gazette, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Lafayette gazette. — 17 June 1899

F WE IXO ALL, KIND)S JF FOR ONEDOLLAR THE LAFAYETTE GAZETTE. OFFICIAL JOURNAL OF THE PARISH AND TOWN OF LAFAYETTE. VOLUME VIi. LAFAYETTE, LOUISIANA, SATURDAY, JUNE 17, 1899. NIMER 16. * A. J. LeBLANC G Sells the Choicest of Fresh A Prompt delivery in town. Shipments made to all points. Two markets, near court-house, and near Veszey's stable. e :@ :e@:e:s:e:ePo:: @:e2::e:e:e:@:e:e :e@e The Nettleton Shoe I' ntit only r,.,ogniize'l as l. ing su i()]" ill litality and 0 wo(rkmkn.<u sip, but inl Style; Fit and Finish it positively exc·'ls' PIRI(CES: Iln Vi:l Kid1, (C.lf. C'arcl van, 'I alne,!, Iliack. $5. I'anti L .athier. aln r1 Enamel, $5.50. THE LEADER STORE, PI.() OSKY BROS., l'roprirtors. (O)p] site C(Dturt house. The Reason Why N People Go to Schmulen's Racket Store Is as clear aý thI noon day sin. ltlhere they find what thety want and pay less for it than anywhere else. The rush to r Sthomulen's store is convincing proof that the tgoods sold there are first-class and the pri...

Publication Title: Lafayette Gazette, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Lafayette gazette. — 17 June 1899

i"ii.s to .as- I h, JsMd, dencdietiotas t rImtNitam platformst Slgt of the fact o. p. is in absolute con , e departpment of the fi . '-i of the president to t . Capt. Carter, who helped ~ tatractors to steal 2,000 ooo,oo0o the - Federal treasury, is in if ip with the policy of the pres- tl ! gdministration and no one Bamtd be surprised. ::One of the writers of the New it ~' and Newspaper League dis- ai e while here that "Evan- tC ib e -. imarried in Louisiana and toaae of her" descendants were T pe:rlaomi-nt in the history of the th colotyr and State." If the New an nahad League fellows make a sy tew more trips down here they will knock all the romance out of is .. nýgfellow's poem. Oi The recent election held in New Orleans resulted in the levying of a art tax to give that city a modern sys- is , tern of sewerage and drainage. the The people of the State were pleased to see this marked evidence of progress shown by the Crescent thr City. Nothing has happened since in balf a c...

Publication Title: Lafayette Gazette, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Lafayette gazette. — 17 June 1899

STATE PRESS. Items of Interest and What the Newspapers Have to Say. Rayge Tribune: The recent ac tion of Gov. Sayers, of Texas, in calling for a Convention of the gov ernors and attorney-generals of. all the States to discuss a plan of war fare against the trusts, has also had its effect. Capital is notoriously sensitive and will not venture where it is likely to encounter .rioleit and organized opposition. Hence it is quite certain that the New Orleans business men have adopted the proper method, and their example should be followed throughout the state and country. Let the people inform themselves as to the goods sold by the various trusts, and pat ronize the opposition. For instance refuse to buy the sugar and parc.hed coffee tf the sugar trust, and the tobacco and cigarettes of the Amer ican Tobacco Co. Here are two, tof the most powerful who are sel ling their goods here and every where. Begin with these two. It will at lest help the sugar industry of our own state, and that al...

Publication Title: Lafayette Gazette, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Lafayette gazette. — 17 June 1899

eca vte of Mr. E. ipette has received ,Tbiagtbug (Pa.) Tel Swhich originally ape the ebjoined article. Sev ra of Hood's regiment 'f led from Lafayette. Thfey are: '. Chase, Luke Olivier, George i:/'js Nnma Reaux, Frank Ledet r'ti;di iatoa Greig. The two latter "aer discharged some months be le t ethe general mustering out on aicoant of ill-health. Rodolphe Do mengeaax, formerly of this parish, was ast sergeant in the regiment. The friends oat the young men will be pleased to learn, that they have aade such good soldiers. The Tele gr4ph says: The Second Immunes now at Camp Meade, Colonel H. Y. Grubbs, commanding, was the first volunteer regiment to land in Cuba after the surrender of the Spaniards, at Santiago. From that day to the 25th of May last, almost a year, the regiment, as a part of the army of occupation, was continuously en gaged in the trying and dangerous work of stamping out epidemics, cleaning up towns and cities-San tiago, Guantanamo, Songo, Cristo, Gibarra, Porte Pad...

Publication Title: Lafayette Gazette, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Lafayette gazette. — 24 June 1899

WE1 1 H AI I. IN FOR ONE DOLLAR JOB RINKINNN(;. %L~: 01 clrz WIL.L REC:EIVE THE 0A;' STHE LAFAYETTE GAZETTE. E_ OFFICIAL JOURNAL OF THE PARISH AND TOWN OF LAFAYETTE. VOLUME VII. LAFAYETTE, LOUISIANA, SATURDAY, JUNE 24, 1899. NUMBER 17. o A. J. LeBLANO - S ~Sells the Choicest of Fresh 0 Prompt delivery in town. Shiprments made to all points Two markets, near court house, and near Vedzey's stable. The Nettleton Shoe Is iniot mtill- V(O(1 (>'g iztd1 a 1i)e lig slup)(1Or i (IHuajity a71(1 wor1kmianship, but ill Style, Fit 111and Finish it loositively xcsc(c(ls. PICItES- I V ial . ( .I r louvan. anIn f, , i. k. 4j. .atnt Luether, anid IEnanu, S5.50. TH E LEADERl STORIE, l'1 () NSKY IBROS , Proprietors. l)tIxite Court-h oua . SThe Reason Why People Go to Schmulen's Racket Store Is as clear a, the nonn-dav sun. There they find whit thy want and pay less for it than anvwhere else. The rush to ii Schmultun's store is convincing proof that d the goods sold there are first-claws andi the ip...

Publication Title: Lafayette Gazette, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Lafayette gazette. — 24 June 1899

3 bt the heeagt people wifl A i e w·sen om of Tam - s.bmyo expot Croker. ChEblesKeadall Adams. S WhLmetsa University, who e sasvelous discovery . ak mseetial princple of the aiisberet in human liberty" o mdoobt streoghten his posi > ` o with the declaration that Mask f anma is 'a greater exponent of Aminerican freedom than Patrick Henry or Thomas Jefferson. Now that a mob of Mississippi negroes have lynched a negro mur dese}, the philanthropic people of the North will have to enlarge their Seld of labor. Since the war they have lost much sleep, lest the Southern whites should degenerate into a ra-e of barbarians, but .they have always upheld the negro as the embodiment of honor and purity. Now that Samb. has gone into the lyaching business on his own account he will no doubt be gently reprimanded by his Northern friends for having been corrupted by his white neighbors. Doubtless the Ohio democratic convention will roundly condema President McKinley for his on slaught on the civil...

Publication Title: Lafayette Gazette, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Lafayette gazette. — 24 June 1899

STATE PRESS. Items of lterest and What thh Newspapers Have to Say. Baton Rouge Advocate: The prompt report of the sporadic case of yellow fever which occurred in New Orleans two weeks ago went farrtowards re-establishing the con fidence of the country parishes in the good faith of the Board of Health, and it produced a good ef fect throughout the country. The suppression of the facts concerning yellow fever, we have always con tended, works greater harm than an epidenmic would work, and if the Board of Health would adopt an unvarying policy of truth-telling it would soon find that all this ter ror which is alleged to exist in the country won d prove to be a myth. The existence of yellow fever in a community cannot be concealed, a fact w-vell known in the country but whi, Ii 'h-s n.'t seem to be under stoiud in tie c.ty, and any attempt at cnc,-ealneit ri us, of nec-ssity re-sult in fa lure antd cause great rese-,trnt-nt i, the couintry. 'there was no trr-or in l,''isitana when the f...

Publication Title: Lafayette Gazette, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Lafayette gazette. — 24 June 1899

Oracle of Usit. - s taken from the Colege Journal, pub, ha~ situdstas. emoeg whom who will graduate ~ Ombfsges: "L ttle Rock, the capital of .A_ hamets, Is sitkuatpd a pretty square '`Py'v Whe-re oance stood the grea old college of St. John, which * .fwtro0ed by Ore ia s89o. In one coarner of the grounds, on a 3eveLgreem, is a. small monument of marble, erected in memory of a young Confederate who died where the slender shaft rears its head to heaven, a silent witness to cruel military despotism. "Come with me into the dark, bloody days of '63. See the neat dwelling of a thrifty farmer in the fruitful valley of the Arkansas. Pleasant and happy, indeed, it seems from the outside, but within a Southern gentlewoman lies upon the bed; near by stands her eldest boy, clad in the gray of Dixie, with an arm and shoulder bandaged, where the Northern bullet had pierced his body. He approaches the bed, and in whispered words tells her that he is going to Little Rock, forty miles away, to get m...

Publication Title: Lafayette Gazette, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Lafayette gazette. — 1 July 1899

WE ) A.1. KINI> V FOR ONE DOLLAR VYU WIII1 RECI, THE1 GA-m ,Y JOLIINNI. SE E UR LAFAYETTE TE GAZETTE. ;ET IR. tiA*IPLES AN!) GET~ OUR e~~es:Z OFFICIAL JOURNAL OF THE PARISH ANID TOWN OF LAFAYETTE. VOLUME VII. LAFAYETTE, LOUISIANA, SATURDAY, JULY 1, 1899. NUMBER 18. :e:e:e:e:e:e:e:e:e e:s:e:e:e:e-:e:e:e:e:e * A. J. LeBLANC w . Sells the Choicest of Fresh 0 e O Pronmpt delivery in town. Shipments made to all points. Two markets, near court-house, and near Veazey's stable. :e:e:e:we:e:e:::e:e:e:e::e:e:e:e:e:e:e:e:e SEE,. The Nettleton Shoe Is not only recognized as be ing superior in quality and workmanship, but in *Style, Fit and Finish it positively excels. I CKIlES: In V'ic Kidi , Calf. Cardovan, anlned, IBlack. $5. Patent Leather, and Ena am I, 55.50. THE LEADER STORE, PLO)NSKY BROS., Proprietors. O()pposite Court-house. "-EEEE..-. The Reason Why r People Go to SSchmulen's Racket Store Is as clear as the noon-day sun. There they find what they want and pay less forL it than anyw...

Publication Title: Lafayette Gazette, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Lafayette gazette. — 1 July 1899

A.L SCiHOOL `; vps i citizes of Jea haianaugueated a move to <*g sU1R tax for twenty years to thr the Inadutrial School. to be seen, however, if ta*-payersof Jeaaerette are will 0g to pay so heavy a tax. for a eiviod of twenty years. Wbile some may doubt the wisdom of levying such a tax, no one has a right to land fault with the people of Jeaserette if they see fit to do so. New Iberia is making an effort to combine forces, with Jeanerette to get the school for Iberia parish, the question of location to be decided after. The papers do not states if it is proposed to levy a parish tax or nut, but we infer from an edito rial in the Enterprise that such a move is not unlikely. It seems to be pretty clear that the towns of New Iberia and Jean erette are both striving for the school, and how it will be possible .for them to work in harmony does not appear to us. Jeanerette wants the school and New Iberia wants it too and neither is willing to be tazed for the other. St. Martin continu...

Publication Title: Lafayette Gazette, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Lafayette gazette. — 1 July 1899

STATE PRESS. Items of laterest ad What the Newspapers Have to Say. Baton Rouge Advocate: During his long and arduous service in the House Mr. Bland was a firm and unswervi.g advocate of the free and -unlimited coinage of silver, and while there were more brilliant men than he advocating its cause none carried to the work of its advocacy less of selfishness, nor more of deep and conscientious conviction. He spent a long and useful life largely in the service of his country; his best efforts were consect ated to what he believed to be the cause of justice and truth, and whei. he espoused a cause he did so with all the vigor of his mind and heart. Mr. Bland was not what we might properly class as a great than, but there have been greater men than he who, in so far as substantial service to their coun try is concerned, have done less. In this death the cause of free sil ver has lost its oldest, and most consistent leader, while by reason of his character and service the country has sust...

Publication Title: Lafayette Gazette, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Lafayette gazette. — 1 July 1899

I..f l" 'h`;- * weý1[ our quiet Suu -rored by the t sof see faithftl and thb**iut, in the persons of thrwee boys in blue, Lake Olivier, Norbert )*t. aud : Odllom IDeosa. stauach gentlemen of the " .R " arse all. happy over the alt u paigns gone through in Guba iLibre; aoe are they any the worst star these caspaignL Last Wednesday saw the return o l the bosom of their families six of ear young ladies: The Messes Comeaux, Miss Idolle Gironard, Miss Regina St Julien, Miss Rosa IBqruard and Miss Isabella Mala ' gall. ffe e young ladies spent the last iischolastic term in the pe rsal of classics at the well-known 1 institution of learning, the Sacred, Heart Convent, in Grand Cotean, Louisiana. The Broussard Dramatic and Literary Club has been very busy during the past week, rehearsing and preparing for their debut be lore the. public, which is to take , place next Sunday, July a. Miss Ruby Scranton, of Youngs- t wille, passed through town last Saturday, on her way home from a the Crescen...

Publication Title: Lafayette Gazette, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
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